Top analyst reflects on Carlos Alcaraz's chances at Wimbledon

Former World No.1 Carlos Alcaraz is working hard for Wimbledon

by Simone Brugnoli
Top analyst reflects on Carlos Alcaraz's chances at Wimbledon
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This week Jannik Sinner participated in the tournament in Halle where for the first time he plays as the world’s number one. The Italian tennis player is called to a small reaction between Halle and especially Wimbledon after the semi-final at Roland Garros which saw him succumb to the great rival Carlos Alcaraz.

Carlos Alcaraz
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Although the ranking says more are many to talk about Alcaraz as the true number one of the circuit, a situation that goes beyond the real ranking. This year Jannik is doing better, but for some he enjoys a record especially because of some physical problem of Alcaraz that in major tournaments is always competitive.

Carlos Alcaraz didn't shine at the Queen’s Club

The victory in Paris exalted Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz who, now at 23, has already won Slam on all surfaces and can do even better. Speaking at the microphones of Oasport the journalist Dario Puppo has issued statements certainly intended to make a lot of discussion, words about the record of Sinner in the ranking compared to Alcaraz.

Here are his words: "There is constant discussion about who is the strongest between Alcaraz and Sinner, the pairing Roland Garros and Wimbledon has succeeded to few in tennis and if Alcaraz should succeed, then maybe the computer is wrong".

Carlos Alcaraz
Carlos Alcaraz© Clive Brunskill / Staff Getty Images Sport

The reference is clearly made to the ranking with Sinner currently number one ahead of Alcaraz". But Puppo clarified: "Obviously the computer may be wrong, but it does what they say. He doesn’t decide".

And about the double with Musetti at the Olympics: "I talked about this possibility last year, I think it’s intriguing even if I think it depends on the fact that Sonego does not participate in the competition", closed the journalist.

Carlos Alcaraz continues to add impressive marks with only 21 years in the best tennis in the world, ratifying that he is one of the best tennis players of the present and future of the game with a tennis that marvels and with results that cause impact.

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